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CORNWALL

Godolphin House

Godolphin House
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GODOLPHIN HOUSE (Godolphin Cross, Helston) - Dates from the Tudor and Stuart period.

MOUNT EDGCUMBE HOUSE AND COUNTRY PARK (Cremyll, Torpoint) - Dates from the Tudor period. Has one of the greatest gardens in Cornwall.

ST. MAWES CASTLE (St. Mawes, Falmouth) Fort built during the reign of Henry VIII. Pendennis Castle only a ferry ride away.

PENDENNIS CASTLE (Falmouth) - Dates back to the early 16th century.

TRELOWARREN HOUSE & CHAPEL (Mawgan-in Meneage, Helston) - Home of the Vyvan family since 1427.



CUMBRIA

Muncaster Castle

Muncaster Castle
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APPLEBY CASTLE (Appleby-In-Westmorland) - Major strong hold of the Clifford family in the late medieval period. Home of Lady Anne Clifford.

ALEMAIN (Nr Penrith) - House dates from the medieval period.

LEVENS HALL (Kendal) - Elizabethan house.

MUNCASTER CASTLE (Ravenglass) - Home of the Pennington family since 1208.

SIZERGH CASTLE & GARDEN (Kendal) - Dates from the 14th century.

NAWORTH CASTLE (Brampton) - Dates back to 1335. One of Cumbria's most celebrated historic buildings.



DERBYSHIRE

Haddon Hall

Haddon Hall
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CARNFIELD HOUSE (St. Normanton, Alfreton) - Elizabethan mansion house.

HARDWICK OLD HALL (Doe Lea, Nr Chesterfield) - Ruined house of Bess of Hardwick.

HADDON HALL (Bakewell) - History spans the last millennium. Contains medieval and Tudor additions. A popular venue for film makers and was used in the film "Elizabeth" (1998) and "The Prince and the Pauper" series (1996).



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